This week's Best of Atlanta poll discovered what festival you look forward to the most once the weather starts to warm up.

Winner: Best spring festival in Atlanta I Best of Atlanta

Atlanta's spring festivals cover the gamut− from the arts to film to live music.

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This week's Best of Atlanta poll discovered what festival you look forward to the most once the weather starts to warm up.

In its 82nd year, the Atlanta Dogwood Festival has something for everyone. From music to street food, the whole family will enjoy an action-packed day. Check out our first place winner for best spring festival April 13 - 15 at Piedmont Park. 

Coming in second, The Inman Park Festival takes place in one of the oldest Atlanta neighborhoods on April 28 and 29. Charm seeps through every corner as you explore and mingle with the locals. Be sure to check out the parade as some of the biggest brands in Atlanta create colorful floats. 

The annual Decatur Arts Festival is well-known for its high quality artwork from artists all over the Southeast and beyond. More than a dozen categories are represented by new artists and festival favorites. The dates for this year's market are May 26 and 27 in Downtown Decatur.

If you love an action-packed spring, then mark your calendar for all of our official nominee events: Smyrna Spring Jonquil Festival (Cobb), Alpharetta Arts Streetfest (North Fulton) and Atlanta Film Festival (Intown).

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Read about our other Best of Atlanta winners and nominees here. 

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